Big Bend RV Parks: Terlingua Ranch RV Park has eight pull-thru campsites with power, water and sewer connections plus twelve back-in camps with power and water hookups plus a dump station!

Conveniently located between Big Bend National Park and Big Bend Ranch State Park, Terlingua Ranch Lodge resort offers not only cabins and campgrounds but also scenic recreational vehicle sites with full hookups. This is the place to stay on your next West Texas RV getaway! We actually have two RV parks for you to choose from:

  • Our upper pull-through sites (#14 through #21) are located at the base of Whitehouse Mountain. They provide offer 15, 20, 30 and 50 amp electricity service plus water and sewer connections and can easily accommodate larger RVs.
  • Our lower back-in sites (#1 through #12) are located near our swimming pool and Bad Rabbit Cafe. Designed for camping trailers and RVs less than 25 feet, they offer 15, 20, 30 and 50 amp power with water hookup and a dump station nearby.

There are no cable or phone connections in our RV parking sites but all guests are welcome to enjoy our swimming pool, bathhouse, horseshoe pit and other resort amenities. Please note that the last three miles of Terlingua Ranch Road are unpaved but RV-friendly – and our road crews aim to keep it that way!

“Wonderful experience. The rooms were just as advertised with comfy beds and hot showers. The Bad Rabbit restaurant is a wonderful gem in the middle of the desert.”–Robin B.

“There are very few places left where you can enjoy wide open spaces in peace and quiet – Terlingua Ranch Lodge definitely is one of those.”–Disco D.

“If you want to be away from everything and in the middle of nowhere stay here. Completely unique experience for us and very memorable. Good value.”–Ane J.

“We got used to not having the electronics because there were more beautiful things to do. We sat on our porch and stargazed for hours… We could even see the Milky Way.”–Cindy M.

“There is so much to do in the area. We went to Big Bend twice, road the motorcycle on the River Road, visited the Ghost Town and just had an all around great visit.”–Kim T.

“We are senior citizens, hiked 3 miles a day, took lots of photos… visited the state and national parks… drove to Presidio… lovely drive, and had the time of our lives!”–Cindy M

“The cabins are clean, the beds are comfortable and the stars at night are beyond description. The food is surprisingly good, the price is reasonable and the beer is cheap.”–Hugh H.

“The rooms are rustic and very clean with air conditioning and a hot shower which was a blessing. The quiet evening on the deck with wine and my honey was perfect.”–Sodaw K.

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